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101. NIKON 24mm F/2.8
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102. Nikon 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED-IF
103. Nikon N70 SLR Camera
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104. Nikon Sporter I 10x36 Binocular
$199.00
105. NIKON N65 35mm SLR Camera Body
$147.99
106. Nikon Coolpix 2200 2MP Digital
107. NIKON N65 35mm SLR Camera Kit
$649.88
108. NIKON 105mm F/2.8
$119.95
109. Nikon 7-15x35 Action III Zoom
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110. Nikon Binocular Window Mount
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111. Nikon Action 8x40 EX Extreme ATB
112. Nikon Coolpix 3500 3MP Digital
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113. Nikon Action 7x35 EX Extreme ATB
114. Nikon N60 35mm SLR Camera
$399.95
115. NIKON N80KIT 35mm SLR Camera Kit
$62.95
116. Nikon L37C/77 77mm UV Haze Filter
117. Nikon Coolpix 990 3.34MP Digital
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118. Nikon Action 16x50 Binocular
119. Nikon Coolpix 885 3MP Digital
$14.95
120. Nikon 67mm Snap-on Lens Cap (Replacement)

101. NIKON 24mm F/2.8

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Asin: B00005LE6Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 4324
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 24mm
  • F/2.8
  • D-Series
  • Auto focus
  • Uses 52mm filter

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the most popular Nikon lenses?
It is sharp, it is light, it is wide-angle.

24mm is a ideal compromise (between 20mm and 28mm). Wider than this becomes quite distorted, longer than this limits your view. It is ideal for landscapes if you want to include an interesting foreground. It is also a solid lens, and I am happy with the built-quality. The lens is certainly fast enough for me. On top of that, the optical quality is excellent - perfect for enlargements or slide projection. Good contrast, good colour.

Apart from that, the lens is small and lightweight, which again makes it fantastic for outdoor photographers. I love mine. ... Read more


102. Nikon 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED-IF AutoFocus Zoom Nikkor Lens

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Asin: B00007KWRC
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3864
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Features

  • Compact and lightweight
  • Close focusing throughout the focal range, from 24mm wide angle to 85mm telephoto
  • Internal Focusing (IF) design for smooth, fast autofocus and non-rotating filter attachment
  • Fulltime manual focus override ? no switch required
  • 7-blade rounded aperture diaphragm

103. Nikon N70 SLR Camera

Asin: B00001ZUNN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 6578
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Nikon is legendary for its meticulous construction and amazing picture quality. The N70 is Nikon's top model in its non-pro SLR line. It has a wide range of advanced features that let you take incredible photos in any shooting situation. With a built-in flash, improved autofocus, and a good selection of exposure modes, the Nikon N70 makes it easy to take perfectly exposed and focused pictures with little effort. At 7mm by 3mm, Nikon's cross-type autofocus sensor module has an extra-wide focus detection area that swiftly locks onto a moving subject. The autofocus can detect subjects in light as dim as EV minus 1 (at ISO 100). The N70 also offers both spot and wide-area autofocus--the latter is especially handy when you want to loosen up your composition.

The Nikon N70 uses 3-D matrix metering for incredibly accurate exposure. An SPD (Silicon Photo Diode) sensor divides scenes into eight segments; the N70's microcomputer then reads the light pattern for data on brightness and calculates contrast to put out optimum exposure value. The Nikon N70's built-in speedlight flash uses a five-segment TTL multi-sensor for optimal flash balance.

In addition to standard program, manual, and shutter- and aperture-priority modes, the Nikon N70 offers bracketing and a useful mode called flexible program, which lets you shift the combination of shutter speed and aperture normally set by the program mode. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes SLR camera body
  • Built-in pop-up TTL flash
  • 8-segment 3-D matrix, center, and spot metering
  • Point-and-shoot operation with selectable automatic or manual focus
  • Automatic focus with close-up capability

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Glad I did not get a better one!
Years ago when I was looking for a SLR I was thinking of getting one of the expensive ones but people told me to start off with something like this. Well I did, and I am so happy. I love this camera. I have taken it to Italy, Netherlands, Oahu, Kauai, and the Big Island in Hawaii. It has gone everywhere with me and given me some great pictures.

If you are just starting off with these cameras or even if you have been using these types of cameras for awhile you will not be disappointed with the N70.

4-0 out of 5 stars A great camera by a great camera company
I have to admit that I am biased. I only ever use Nikon products. I have an F3 and an 80008. I purchased the N70 for the built in flash feature (so I wouldn't have to lug around my SB-24) and to have one nice do it all camera to take on vacations, etc. without having to take my whole camera bag with F3 or 80008 bodies. Well, I've shot a wedding, a trip to Spain, and, well, you get the idea. Haven't even needed to pickup the other two. The nice thing about the N70 over the N60 (which is also a great camera) is that the N70 still has the synch port. I wouldn't, of course, trade my F3 or 80008 for studio work or other stuff, but for one compact camera for taking on trips, etc. this camera is great. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because it isn't a professional's camera like the F3 or F4 or N90, but this camera is fantastic and more than enough camera for most people.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Serious Camera for the Price.
The user interface is intuitive but non-traditional. The only camera (to my knowledge) with a comparable on camera flash is the $1300 Minolta Maxxum 9. By the time you become a serious enough photographer to need Depth of Field preview and faster synch (which the N70 does not offer) it will be time to upgrade to a more expensive model; if you are just taking family/vacation photos you will not miss these features. Nikon lenses offer an excellent value to quality ratio. I suggest starting with the Nikon 50mm/1.8 AF-D lens before purchasing a zoom lens. Eyeglass wearers will find this camera more to their liking than the Canon Elan II which is also an excellent system. The N70 will fill your point & shoot needs as well as giving you creative manual control should you decide to make photography a hobby. Pentax also makes excellent SLR cameras and should be considered if you do not anticipate becoming really serious (because Nikon has such a large market share they can offer pro-grade lenses at a lower price point). Don't forget a sturdy tripod and a camera bag.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Truly Exceptional Camera
Within the first ten minutes of having this camera I could use most of features. This incredibly fast camera (3.7 fps at high continuous film advance, and very fast autofocus)it is impressive. It has a varitey of built in programs like, action, depth of field, night, ect. These are very usful but can alway be overrided for custom control. The built in speedlight is one of the best ones on the market and very good for any kind of fill flash or light to medium flash usage indoors. Within the world of amature photography, you can get much better than this.

5-0 out of 5 stars N70 is a good investment
I have been using the N70 for about 6 months now, and I absolutely love it. Its autofocusing speed is phenomenal, and its features offer everything I need for shooting action and stills in all lighting conditions. Its controls are very easy to use, and Nikon offers any accessory you can think of. I would suggest augmenting the N70 body with a Sigma 28-200 lens. ... Read more


104. Nikon Sporter I 10x36 Binocular

our price: $165.99
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Asin: B00006I5JF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2203
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Features

  • Unique twist-out eyecups retract for use with eyeglasses
  • Diopter control corrects vision imbalance
  • Close focuses to as near as 9.8 feet
  • Fast, convenient central focusing
  • Magnification -10x

105. NIKON N65 35mm SLR Camera Body *REQUIRES LENS*

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Asin: B00006I5JP
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2697
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • When it comes to serious photography, the SLR is the choice among professional users. When it comes to joining superb performance and extreme ease-of-use, the Nikon N65 35mm SLR is an obvious choice among knowledgeable consumers
  • 6 Segment 3D Matrix metering with 5 programmable auto exposure modes and a manual exposure mode
  • Automatic (with 5 detection sensors) and Manual Focus modes
  • Uses Nikon F and AF series lenses (lens is not included)
  • Built-in Matrix Balanced Fill Flash plus shoe for optional external flash

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
This is a great little camera for an amateur photographer looking to get a little more advanced with a manual camera. It allows you to manage your own aperature, shudder-speed, and focus, but is able to switch to automatic mode, and manages these settings itself. Also, if you spring for an auto-focus lens (not that much more), the camera will focus on the subject for you.

Do yourself a favor, and buy this camera! ... Read more


106. Nikon Coolpix 2200 2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom

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Asin: B0001ARH0U
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 100
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2-megapixel resolution for photo-quality 8 x 10-sized enlargements
  • 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor lens with 4x digital zoom
  • In-camera cropping; Quicktime movie mode without audio
  • Store images on 14.5 MB internal memory or optional Secure Digital (SD) cards (not included)
  • Powered by 2 AA-size batteries (alkaline included; rechargeable Ni-MH recommended); connects to computers via USB

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
I recently had problems with my Kodak CX6230 and finally ended up exchanging it for the Nikon 2200 and I am so happy I did. It is smaller and has far more features. Some that stand out are color modes in addition to standard are BW, Sepia, cyan, and vivid color. There are also 15 scene modes which adjust the camera's settings for certain circumstances such as on a beach or indoors with low lighting. Two things that definitely stand out are the panorama feature which allows you to take multiple photos which you can later overlap and form one long photo (it shows you a faint copy of your previous shot so you can line it up perfectly) and also the multi-shot feature which takes 16 shots in a very short time and gives you all of them in one frame which is fun. The buttons are easy to use and although there are tons of menu options, you can stick with the auto mode which is quite simple. This camera works well for a beginner or advanced user. Finally, don't be turned off by the 2.0MP. Prints come out great up to 8x10. This camera is amazing. I recommend it over the Kodak CX6230 (which is good but has less features and shorter battery life), Canon A60 (which has a LONG lag time between pressing the shutter and the shot being taken), and HP 635 which are other cameras I researched and tried out.

5-0 out of 5 stars A high quality point and shoot camera
For anyone mainly going to make small prints, put snapshots on the web or Email to friends and family, 2 megapixels is just right. I think 3 times optical zoom also falls into the same use category. The major camera manufacturers all have models like this in the same price range. I shopped around for a digital camera for quite a while and I bought the Nikon Coolpix 2200 and I highly recommend it as a high quality point and shoot camera.

Pros:
- Nikon has a great reputation.
- It takes consistently good pictures in Automatic mode.
- The menus are very readable and easy to navigate.
- It comes with rechargeable bateries and a charger.
- It is nice and small but easy to grip.
- It feels solid and well made.
- It has a 2-year warranty

Cons:
- NikonView software is not compatible with Windows 98 (my computer)
- No manual shutter or aperture adjustment

Most of my pictures so far have been taken in Auto mode. There are lots of settings and options but it takes a while to get used to them. The camera offers scene modes that let you compensate for different lighting conditions. I took a picture of my house with the sun behind it and surprise, the house is all in shadows. Alot of my pictures were improved by using different settings the camera offers.

Compared to other digitals, this camera has minimal delay in taking pictures. You can shoot a picture in about one and a half seconds or use one of the options to shoot continuous pictures. The best shot selector mode automatically picks the clearest shot for you.

Another thing I'm happy about. Some cameras have lots of people complaining about their camera eating up batteries. I have been fooling around with the Nikon for about a week and taken hundreds of pictures and some movies too. Following a full charge, the low battery warning came on after a few days of almost constant use and then lasted for almost another day before it stopped working. The batteries and charger that come with it seem great. A full recharge only takes about two hours.

My computer has Windows 98 so I can't use the Nikon software or download pictures directly from the camera to my computer. I can't use the camera's internal memory so I had to buy a memory card and card reader. The 128 MB card seems quite adequate too. The setting I am using gives me about 125 pictures per card.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great digital camera
I received this camera in the mail today after about 3 months of researching for the right one. I finally decided to get this one along with the Viking secure digital card for a total of about $150 (including the rebate). It truly does help to skim through the manual to get a hang of the camera. The CD-ROM will cover the rest!

Here are some specs:
Pros:
> Scene selection allows you to choose the specific function for specific occasions (museum, party, sunset, etc.)
> Warnings for if the picture might get blurry or if lighting is poor
> Ergonomic design allows easy handling
> Great CD-ROM that gives a good rundown on the camera and the program it comes with
> Battery power is quite impressive, I've spent all day taking pictures and it's still going strong
> Relatively light and compact

Cons:
> Functions may be a little overwhelming for a first-timer
> Nowadays, 2 MP may not be enough even for the average amateur photographer
> LCD screen gets a little grainy sometimes

Overall, this is a good digital camera for recreational purposes. For me, I found the camera was a good deal for the price. I was especially pleased by the "panorama" option that lets you take a series of pictures and arrange them into a 360 degree panorama in the Nikon View program. There are definitely lots of possibilities with this little camera!

5-0 out of 5 stars This camera stands for Nikon reputation
I Bought this camera to upgrade my one-year old Olympus D520. Compared to D520, coolpix 2200 gives more options for exposure, which produces more realistic color picture. I like the design and color of the camera body. Most importantly, the quality of photo is amazing in most cases. It is truly good product from Nikon name.
Two minor things that I do not like are: there is no botton to turn on/off LCD (2100 has it). And transferring photos from camera to PC is not easy as Olympus D520. The software included needs to be improved. But these are minors and I can live on.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect For Field Trips
Let me preface this review by saying that this is my first digital camera.

Being a longtime Nikon film camera user I began researching digital cameras. Using Consumer Reports, E-pinions, megapixel.net, and the reviews that I read here, it was clear that a 2-3 MP camera would suffice for my needs as they would any person whose prints rarely exceed 5X7 or 8X10. Don't be wooed by the store salesmen, some of them are honest and knowledgable but not all. Do the research and figure out what equipment will best suit your needs.

I found this camera and a 256MB SD memory card for two-hundred and ten dollars (including rebates.)
The camera is quite small and fits neatly in my backpack (in a carrying case), uses AA batteries (rechargeable recommended) and the memory card can be purchased almost anywhere. I've had the camera for a week and have taken it everywhere I go. The detail and picture quality are superb. I went to a Butterfly Conservatory and the pictures are just awesome, the color, clarity and detail can rival some of my friends 'high-end' cameras. As a few other reviewers have indicated Nikon has packed the camera with tons of extras. Take the time and read the manual. You'll be a better picture taker because of it.

All in all, without plunking down loads of cash, this is an excellent entry-level digital camera that makes learning the ins and outs lots of fun! ... Read more


107. NIKON N65 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm Nikon AF Lens

Asin: B00006I5JQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2600
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 6 Segment 3D Matrix metering with 5 programmable auto exposure modes and a manual exposure mode
  • Automatic (with 5 detection sensors) and Manual Focus modes
  • Uses Nikon F and AF series lenses (28 to 80mm Zoom Lens is included)
  • Built-in Matrix Balanced Fill Flash plus shoe for optional external flash
  • Shutter speeds from 30 Seconds to 1/2000th of a second

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good pictures, improving support
Nikon's cameras are among the best in the industry - this one, which my wife generally used, is great. It produces much better pictures than most point and shoot cameras do, even if you leave everything up to the camera, and you can override the camera to produce real art.

I had originally written this review angry because of how much trouble I was having to go to for a plastic part that had fallen out of the camera. I had been quoted prices of over a hundred dollars to fix it, and I had to either drive to one of the few support locations or ship my camera away and hope it came back. In the end, though, we got a hold of Nikon, and they sent us a replacement part for free. It showed up in less than a week, and I fixed it in about five minutes. For people who are less willing than I am to service an expensive camera, there still might be support worries - I'm satisfied again, though.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must camera for all types of people
Wow, worth the money, of course it's better than digital. Bought is because sick of those blury bad quality photos. This is good for all occasions, professional-everything. We bought another long zoom lens that makes it a proffesional camera. There is no question about it-buy it before you buy any other camera!
Very durable and proffesional quality. Good options for day and night shots. When will they make video camera's like this!
Of course you must press the button twice to focus and then the light will pop up then you shoot. At first your always worried your going to take a picture bought you'll get easily use to it. Look at pictures 20 years from now in good quality, you won't look back on the purchase. It's a Nikon at a great price that all families and photographers need. I'm not upsessed with photograghy, but I like to preserve memories and send good quality christmas cards out.
I got a digital Kyocera and we took 12 pictures before it broke. Of course that was several years ago when the camera was purchased a little under a thousand. We go the nikon because we knew it was easy and trustful. Their are sprint pcs palm sized digitals that are nearlu the same quality as our kyocera-Big Big Mistake!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Pros and Cons for the Nikon N65
Here is a list of Pros and Cons for the Nikon N65.

Pros: Feature Filled, Small, Light-Weight, Cheap, A Worthy Introduction to Nikon's 35mm SLR System, fairly inexpensive, good quality images, 2.5 fps., depth-of-field preview, 3D Matrix metering, Nikkor-lens compatible, portability, ease-of-use, durability, User friendly, 5 programmed modes, fully automatic capabilities, manual operation, fast autofocus, interchangable lenses, metal lens mount point, multiple eyepieces, Solidly constructed, tons of smart features, built-in flash, professional grade.

Cons: No metering with MF lenses, may be not enough for professional photographers, slow flash sync, no backlit LCD, Cannot manually set ISO, The G lens that comes with it is garbage, Read-eye reduction feature, waiting for parts if broken takes forever, no vertical grip, Manual settings require two hands, Pop up Flash throws shadows in wide angle pictures if using lens hood, Battery Meter, Steep learning curve for trickier options; can be confusing to operate. ... Read more


108. NIKON 105mm F/2.8

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Asin: B00005LE78
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2600
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 105mm
  • F/2.8
  • D-Series
  • Micro
  • Auto focus

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing lens
This is my favorite lens -- I often carry only it and a 28mm lens while hiking. The wide angle for landscapes, the 105 for detail shots. The 105 is super sharp and useful for way more than just macros, which of course it does flawlessly. The focal range is from mere inches to infinity, which means that the autofocus (on my N80, at least) sometimes takes a sec to work, so I usually manually focus it. In fact, for macro work without a tripod, it's easier to focus by moving the camera closer or further from the subject.
The lens is a great portrait lens -- I have used it outdoors and in the studio for close crops (head & shoulder shots). It has very narrow depth of field, perfect for high-illumination outdoor portraits to keep the background blurry.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding for macro fans
When you get tired of the poor optical quality of screw-on close-up filters, and are sick of switching extension tubes constantly, this lens is the answer. The ability to focus down to 1:1 (pretty much fill your frame with a quarter) without stopping to add tubes is a huge time saver.

Perfect for flowers and larger insects, this lens is also a flat field and so is excellent for copy work. It's slightly long focal length also makes it a pretty good portrait lens. The best part is that it has that famous Nikon glass, so color saturation and sharpness is simply amazing. Use it with Fuji Velvia (ISO 50) with a diffused flash and you will never regret buying this lens. ... Read more


109. Nikon 7-15x35 Action III Zoom Binocular with case

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Asin: B00006I5JB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 3033
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Features

  • Made with precision-aligned, fully coated Nikon optics, incorporating Bak-4 high-index prisms
  • Micro-smooth central focus and zoom controls, ultra-precision lens fittings and superb optics, perfectly aligned throughout the zoom range
  • Diopter adjustment for strain-free viewing
  • Rubber Armored
  • Magnification -7-15x Zoom

110. Nikon Binocular Window Mount

our price: $31.58
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Asin: B00006LRWI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 2060
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Features

  • For use with all spotting scopes, cameras, and other tripod adaptable accessories
  • Pivoting head allows full range of motion
  • Padded clamp firmly attaches to any car or truck window

111. Nikon Action 8x40 EX Extreme ATB Binocular

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Asin: B0001HKIJK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 2052
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Features

  • Waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof performance
  • All-metal chassis in lightweight polycarbonate shell
  • Rubber-coated body for firm, non-slip grip
  • Magnification: 8x
  • Objective lens: 40mm

112. Nikon Coolpix 3500 3MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

Asin: B00006RGRJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2918
Average Customer Review: 3.44 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Nikon's Coolpix 3500 follows up on the design of their 2500, featuring a swivel-out lens, complete with a 3x optical zoom, which closes up when not in use. The lens clicks into three different angles (straight out, 45-degrees above and below) when taking pictures, with the user lining up the shot in the bright and crisp 1.5-inch LCD.

The 3500 also has a built-in autoflash and can capture images at up to 3.2 megapixels. It does take a few moments to focus in on your subject, and the image quality isn't the best we've seen (we noticed some flares and dark shadows). But this camera was built more for portability than high-end imaging.

And it definitely hits--and fits--on that level. It weighs only six ounces, and the camera can easily slide into a jeans pocket or hang around your neck.

Several features geared toward the beginning user are included with the 3500. The one-touch upload option takes the thought out of transferring images to your PC. And with the Best Shot Selector option turned on, the 3500 will quickly capture up to 10 shots and choose the sharpest and brightest image. There's also a 20-minute introductory video on CD that walks novices through the digital camera basics.

A 16 MB CompactFlash card ships with the 3500, which will hold 19 images at the highest resolution. However, if you're going to use the camera's movie mode (it can hold passable 35-second soundless clips), you'll want to expand. Our one beef comes with the lithium-ion battery, which needs to be removed to be recharged.

The Nikon Coolpix 3500 would make a great gift for a parent or child new to the digital camera world. It's very user friendly and ultimately portable. --J. Curtis

Pros:

  • Nicely compact
  • Innovative twisting lens design
  • Excellent features for the beginner
  • Bright, crisp LCD
Cons:
  • Average image quality
  • Have to remove battery to recharge
... Read more

Features

  • 3.2-megapixel sensor captures 2048 x 1536 images for prints at sizes up to 11 x 14 inches
  • Autofocus lens with 3x optical/4x digital (12x total) zoom
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash card holds 19 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses proprietary lithium-ion rechargeable battery (included)

Reviews (18)

4-0 out of 5 stars Mixed Bag
I'd actually give the Nikon Coolpix 3500 3.5 stars if I could. It has many features and is capable of producing very good images, but I'm beginning to expect more from a camera in this price point range (~$400 retail). This is a decent option if you plan to use the camera indoors often - the flash white balance and close-range flash exposure accuracy are excellent, as is the Nikon tradition. Outdoors, in difficult light, the 3500 suffers compared to the competition, with poor color rendition and mediocre exposure accuracy. In recent tests in our work group, the 3500 was rated below average overall in comparison to other optical zoom / 3 MP cameras in the same price range. I think the problems with poor color on outdoor shots with significant contrast were its undoing (green tints to a blue sky stick out like a sore thumb). Right now, I'm leaning towards the Sony and Olympus models as the best overall choice.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera, But Must Read Manual!
I've just read many reviews about this camera and am shocked about all the negative thoughts people have about this camera. I recently got this camera for christmas and I love it. You MUST read the manual if you want to play with the scene selections because Nikon implements many cool features that help you take good pics. However, my only real complaint is that many of those scene selections require you to use a tripod or to put the camera down so you don't move it at all.

Also...I've done this many a times, always check to make sure the lens is clean..because of the location it is EASY to get a finger print on it and then take a picture with spots.

I've taken some fantastic photos with this camera, had them printed through yorkphoto.com and no one could tell that I used a digital.

I only gave it 4 stars because some of the scenes require a tripod and the lens is easy to smudge.

As far as the red eye problem that everyone has complained about, I've found that this camera is no better or no worse than any other camera I have ever used when it comes to red eye. I'd say I am at about 50/50 right now...but I can edit them out later and there's no big deal.

Overall, its a beautiful camera and I would recommend it to anyone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pocket Camera
We have had this camera about a year now and have been through the highs/lows, flash and red eye situations. I wanted a digital camera I could put in my pocket. That I got --and have taken 2,000+ pictures inside/outside, snow/rain forest and have been satisfied with this camera. I have had problems with red eye, but that was easily fixed using the portrait setting where there are flashes before the photo is taken to get eyes prepared. The only thing that continues to be a problem for me is trying to find my subjects in the LCD especially in bright sun. Overall we have been quite satisfied with this camera.

Hope this helps

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice design, but mediocre performance
We liked this camera at first, when it seemed we were only taking daytime outdoor shots. Once you move indoors and start using the flash, the quality is pretty bad, the red eye problem is terrible, and the battery life is ridiculously short. One night of indoor photos, and you wake up the next day to find your battery is dying and it takes about a minute for the flash to recharge after each shot. So if you don't mind hauling your special Nikon battery charger on every trip, or if you plan to mainly use it outdoors, then it's an okay choice. Positive aspects are good design, easy to use, and good software package for uploading pics.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera after you learn to use
I went on a trip recently and used my friend's Nikon 2500, after reading the manual and learning the use of the camera our trip was captured perfectly. When I was ready to buy my own digital camera I purchased the 3500 and was very excited when I received it. Hint to most buyers, learn the scene features, the flash settings, exposure and so on. This is not a high end camera for professionals, but if you need a camera for trips or family then I recommend getting this camera. ... Read more


113. Nikon Action 7x35 EX Extreme ATB Binocular

our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0001EFIGG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 3662
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Features

  • Waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof performance
  • All-metal chassis in lightweight polycarbonate shell
  • Rubber-coated body for firm, non-slip grip
  • Magnification: 7x
  • Objective lens: 35mm

114. Nikon N60 35mm SLR Camera

Asin: B00001ZUNQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 4097
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • SLR 35mm camera (body only)
  • Point-and-shoot operation
  • Exposure-mode select dial
  • 28mm built-in speedlight
  • Focus tracking for moving objects

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Entry Level SLR
I have had the N60 for about 4 months and I have taken at least 30 rolls of film with it. All of the pictures have come out great. When compared to my dads Minolta 530si, this camera is better in almost every way. Although it is a little heavy compared to the other entry level SLR's I prefer it to a lighter camera that has much less of a quality feel to it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nikon
The best thing about Nikon is not the body itself. Aside from the N60 being a more than adequate entry-level body with all the features that an amateur needs, AF Nikkor lenses are unsurpassed in quality. In general, Nikons take better pictures. If you want a lot of "features", go with something else. If you want great photos, go with Nikon. One more thing: I have upgraded bodies twice since I started doing photography 15 years ago. All of my old lenses still fit my current camera. See if you get that from another manufacturer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Entry To World of Nikkor Lens
Nikon was recommended to me by a knowlegable coworker. I was very impressed when he told me that Nikon manufactures their own glass. He initially recommended the N80, but all I could afford at the time was the N60. It seemed like a good entry level camera for someone new to 35mm SLR photography. I bought it from Amazon in the spring of 2000. I also found the Magic Lantern Guide to the Nikon N60/F60 Camera at B&H Photo Video in New York. It was much better than the manual that came with the camera. I highly recommend the Magic Lantern Guide to Nikon Lens as well, as you are probably going to get more than one lens before you are through! I wound up getting a wide-angle 28mm f2.8, a fast 50mm f1.4, and a classic 80-200mm f2.8 zoom lens.

Anyway, the N60/F60 has been a great introduction to the world of serious photography. It doesn't have the cable release opening, debth of field preview button, multiple exposure capability, or manual DX ISO setting of the N80 but since I didn't even know what half of those things were at first I didn't miss them!

In fact, the N60/F60 has some things the upgraded N65/F65 doesn't- like a 1/125 maximum flash sync versus the N65/F65 at only 1/90, and an Exposure Lock button. In fact, both the F65/N65 and N80/F80 only have an onboard flash with a guide number of 40, vs 49 for the N60/F60!

The N60 also feels hefty but not heavy- it's sturdy and well-built but easy to hold and use. I will always be glad I that I had the pleasure of owning this camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera
I've been using this camera for several years and I've been very pleased with the results. It is a great value and a fantastic blend of features and convenience. I'd highly recommend this model as a first SLR for someone interested in more serious photography. Plus with Nikon, you know that when you do replace the camera body, you'll still have some of the best lenses on the market.

4-0 out of 5 stars A good value- but understand its limits.
The N60 is one of a number of new budget made-in-China cameras bearing the Nikon label. On the plus side, they're a great entry into the Nikon system, and they're backed by the Nikon organizations,m with worldwide service available. On the minus side, these are not built to the same level as the classic Nikon SLRs. They're plastic, they lack the ruggedness of real Nikons, and they won't be around in 10 or 20 years. And the lenses they come with, while they use the Nikon mount system, aren't of the optical or mechanical quality of Nikkor lenses.

But if you're not a heavy user, this is a good way to get access to the Nikon system, and to the hundreds of used Nikon lenses out there at attractive prices. If you understand the plusses and minuses, the N60 can be a good deal. ... Read more


115. NIKON N80KIT 35mm SLR Camera Kit with 28-80mm Nikon Lens

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Asin: B00006I5JU
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 5946
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Product Description

Nikon's N80 offers the features photographers want in a compact design, including a five-area AF system with the Multi-CAM900 AF Sensor module, and a 10-segment 3D Matrix Metering system. It is also equipped with a built-in Speedlight that incorporates the 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash system. In addition, the N80 boasts a advanced focusing display system, which provides two benefits - the Vari-Brite Focus Area display and On-Demand Grid Lines. The Nikon N80 is a highly versatile SLR suitable for shooting portraits, fast-moving sports action, nature photography and many other applications. ... Read more

Features

  • The N80 is a sophisticated SLR camera body that's designed for excellent performance with flexibility to meet virtually all of your photographic needs. Whether you choose automatic, manual or assisted modes, the N80 offers outstanding results
  • 10-segment 3D, Center and Spot metering for auto and manual exposure modes
  • Nikon advanced focusing in auto and manual modes
  • Uses all Nikon F Lenses (AF Series for autofocus capabilities) - Includes 28-80mm Nikon Zoom Lens
  • Comprehensive viewfinder information

116. Nikon L37C/77 77mm UV Haze Filter

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Asin: B00007L9ZI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2988
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Features

  • 77mm UV haze filter

117. Nikon Coolpix 990 3.34MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

Asin: B00004RDMR
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2157
Average Customer Review: 4.47 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Nikon Coolpix 990 takes all the features of its popular predecessor, the Coolpix 950, and improves upon them. This 3.34-megapixel CCD offers true (noninterpolated) image resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 for easy cropping and high print quality. The built-in 3x zoom Nikkor lens provides 38-115mm coverage (35mm equivalent) for clear, sharp images with 4x stepless digital zoom. It also features a 1.8-inch low-temperature polysilicon TFT LCD screen for easy composition and playback. Nikon's own 256-element matrix metering and white balance promise outstanding exposure and color balance in every image.

Fully automatic with manual capabilities, the Nikon Coolpix 990 provides 4,896-step multi-area autofocus for quick composition without interruption. It provides a built-in five-mode flash and seven capture modes, including 1.5 fps (frames per second) full-resolution image capture, 30 fps QVGA, and 15 fps QVGA movies for 40 seconds in motion-JPEG mode.The 50-step manual focus gives complete creative control, while the macro focus mode allows you to shoot pictures from as close as 0.8 inches. You may choose between shutter priority and aperture priority exposure modes for greater artistic flexibility without added hassle. This camera also accepts all optional Coolpix lenses and accessories, including fisheye, wide angle, and telephoto lenses and up to five Nikon speedlights (with optional bracket) to light up any scene.

Convenience features of the Nikon Coolpix 990 include its easy-to-use and easy-to-upgrade CompactFlash memory (16 MB card provided). This camera is capable of both NTSC and PAL video playback, and it works with both Macintosh and IBM platforms. Although the Nikon Coolpix 990 can connect to your PC via serial connection, it also offers high-speed USB connectivity for plug-and-play simplicity and faster picture downloads. ... Read more

Features

  • 3.34 megapixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality prints at 8 x 10 inches and beyond
  • 3x optical plus 4x digital zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash memory card holds 20 images at default resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA batteries alkalines, included; special features include movie mode, slide-show playback, and 9-image review

Reviews (98)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
I was hesitatant about buying a digital camera, especially at the price. But after seeing many web sites with images from the camera, I took the plunge.

Shooting digitally is a bit different from traditional photography. I tend to use the LCD screen to set up shots, and you can't really fire shots off as quickly with a digital camera, it has to autofocus, etc.

But, I, and others who've seen my photos, love the quality. I print them out on a HP Deskject 1220, which when using photo quality paper makes brilliant prints.

I took this camera to France. I shot over 1,500 images. I took 4 flash cards with me, since I had no way to upload the images while I was there. The images I got from that trip were worth the price of the camera alone. I now have a bound book of images I printed on my HP.

There will always be arguments over film and digital cameras. I own both. I love each for what they can do.

The Nikon CP990 delivers great quality, a lot of flexibility in use, which takes some time to learn. You can shoot macro, adjust contrast, adjust the EV value, shoot in black and white and even capture 30 seconds of video.

I bought the Nikon wide angle 28 lens. The standard lens just doesn't capture as much as I liked.

All in all, this has been a great tool to have. I shoot almost daily with it.

If you want a digital camera and intend to use it heavily, then go for it. You won't be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Extra comments
I am semi-retired, my background was commercial photography for about thirty years. I now have a furniture store which both my wife and I own. We also have a crew that builds custom furniture. For our web site we needed good photos. We have designated an area in the store mainly for photography. We chose the Nikon 990 coolpix digital camera because of the 3.34 megapixels and the reputation of the Nikon name. We purchased the camera when it first became available,I have had it since sometime in July 2000. It took me several weeks to learn the camera. The documentation is very difficult to follow. However I feel that I know the camera well enough now to use it to its fullest extent, we are getting incredible results. The Express photo program that comes with the camera is very good. I am able to correct the flower pot shape from looking down on the subject and crop for the desired results. In one previous ratings red eye was mentioned, and I also found that no matter what you do you get some serious red eye problems. In another program (Adobi Photo Shop) I zoom in on an eye so that the eye fills the entire monitor screen then I take all the red squares and turn them into the color I want, with amazing results. If anyone wants to know more detail of how I do it please feel free to email me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I've had mine for 3 years and it's just what I wanted for what I use it for. If anyone wants a great camera to use for just about any task or just fun? Buy it. Buy it now!

1-0 out of 5 stars Old and tired
This product, if still available, isn't a great camera. Look up the canon G2 or G3 or a newer Olympus model.

3-0 out of 5 stars Better than average, but not stellar.
I picked up this camera used to do some assignment work for an online publication. I specifically wanted full manual control and the ability to use an external flash (the internal flash is almost useless).

The large handgrip is a welcomed change from most other digicams out there. It feels nice and solid in your hand while the no-slip surface does its job admirably. The shutter release button is solid and the mode jog dial is placed perfectly. The user interface could benefit from minor usability improvements, but for the most part is easy to use and learn in seconds without consulting the manual. And to echo what everyone else mentions, battery life lasts me about 40 shots with the monitor and flash turned off. I take along a spare set of AA batteries for short outings. For longer outings, I mount a DigiPower DPS9000 external battery pack into the tripod mount

Overall picture quality is good, but not to the level of my 35mm film cameras under moderate scrutiny. For web content, picture quality is awesome, though. Resolution and sharpness are perfectly acceptable for 4x6 prints. Nice to have the 3:2 ratio to let you print uncropped 4x6 images. Macro capabilities are great.

Since I prefer to print my personal images, I feel the Coolpix's weakness is in its color reproduction. Photos printed on a Fuji Frontier 370 system seem to lack a certain saturation or 'punch' in various colors - things seem to be on the dull or compressed side and not very vibrant, even if the original scene was. This is especially noticeable when you hold a digital print next to a film print when both have used the same exposure and focal length and have been printed on the same machine.

Sure, I can spend time in PhotoShop adjusting curves and levels, but that's more time consuming than it's worth if you ask me. For a few photos, no big deal. But if I just shot 50+ images that are keepers, I'm not going to spend countless hours tweaking each one.

I found that a semi-decent shortcut is to get the ICC profile for my target printer and batch up all the images in PhotoShop to have the profile applied automatically. I then spend $0.29/print at my local camera shop getting them printed. Inexpensive, fast, sharp, and durable -there's no way I can print at home at that price or time savings, and I doubt anyone else can.

PROS:
Sharp images (provided you keep the sharpness setting on Auto)
Easy user interface
Inexpensive on the used market
Decent build quality

CONS:
Condensed color range
Slow to focus and fire shutter (2-3 sec.)
Supplied software is almost useless
Viewfinder shows too little of actual image (85%?) ... Read more


118. Nikon Action 16x50 Binocular

our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0001A3N6C
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon Sport Optics
Sales Rank: 3557
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Features

  • Multicoated aspherical lens for clear viewing
  • BaK4 high-index prisms
  • Ample exit pupils for superior light gathering
  • Magnification: 16x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

119. Nikon Coolpix 885 3MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

Asin: B00005OL85
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 4447
Average Customer Review: 3.76 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Comparable in design to the popular Coolpix 880, the Nikon Coolpix 885 weighs less (a mere 7.9 ounces without battery or CompactFlash card), and incorporates a one-touch transfer button for directly uploading digital photos to your desktop or the Internet. The ultracompact Coolpix 885 has a 3.21-megapixel CCD for prints up to 11 by 14 inches, an all-glass 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor lens (38-114mm equivalent in 35mm), plus an additional 4x digital zoom, and advanced image processing features to ensure clear, vivid images under almost any lighting conditions. It accommodates additional Nikon lenses including telephoto, wide-angle, and fisheye converter lenses, and it has a movie mode that lets you record 40 seconds of video at 15 frames per second.

The 885 shares many features with the 880, such as selectable scene modes for specific shooting situations. The 12 scene modes are: Portrait; Party/Indoor; Night Portrait; Beach/Snow; Landscape; Night Landscape; Sunset; Fireworks; Close-Up; Copy; Backlight; and Museum mode, which cancels the flash. There is a quick-review button to display the image just taken in a quarter of the LCD screen, allowing you to still see and shoot any ongoing action in front of you. In addition, the 885 has a five-mode advanced built-in speedlight, five-area multi-autofocus, a 1.5-inch LCD monitor, 256-element matrix metering, and USB interface. For the more advanced photographer, the camera comes with an automatic noise reduction mode for clean images taken at slower shutter speeds, manual white balance settings, and white balance bracketing.

The Coolpix 885 features a comfortable side grip for easy shooting and quick access to all of the camera's controls. This camera comes with a 16 MB Lexar CompactFlash card, one 2CR5 lithium battery, protective lens cap, wrist strap, USB cable, and video cable. ... Read more

Features

  • 3-megapixel sensor captures 2,048 x 1,536 images for prints at sizes up to 11 x 14 inches
  • Autofocus lens with 3x optical/4x digital (12x total) zoom
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash card holds 20 images at default resolution
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses 2CR5 disposable lithium battery (included) or optional rechargeable battery pack

Reviews (21)

2-0 out of 5 stars The 885 has problems
The biggest problems with this camera are the short battery life (90 minutes with the LCD viewer on) and the color of anything red in a picture. The price should include a caveat that you'll either spend $.../battery or need to get the $... or more rechargable. The bigger issue is the color of red - stands out in almost every picture. There is not currently a way to correct this problem on the camera - you have to correct using picture editing software. You can see view this color problem on some digital camera review sites by looking at the photographic tests.... Nikon recently responded to my questions on the red saturation, saying that they know of the problem and are working on it. On the positive side the camera has great features, is easy to use and other than the 'red' problem takes excellent picture. Unless you don't plan on taking pictures that include red objects or don't mind editing most of your picture with software, I'd wait until this problem is fixed to purchase this camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars nikon 885 impression
this camera takes wonderful, striking photos, good color, excellent macro mode, compact design. i haven't spent enough time yet studying the modes and the quality of auto makes me put it off. it is a battery and memory hog. the 16 mg card that comes with it is not even close to being enough, i would recommed a 64 at least, 128 would be preferred, or both. a battery charger and one at least rechargeable battery is a must, two batteries would be preferable for more than casual shooting and to keep up with more memory.
as my fourth digital camera, it is impressive and will last me i hope until there is a digital slr with 4+ megapixels for around $1000. shop around for the best price of course.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value for Money
This is my first Digital Camera and I am glad I got this after doing a lot of Digtial Camera Research. The clarity and color balance of the pictures are really good.
The only annoying fact was that I have to reset the date everytime I change the battery.

4-0 out of 5 stars Too cool for its size
Compre mi CoolPix 885 tres dias antes de irme de viaje en un crucero, asi que tenia poco tiempo para aprender a usarla si es que queria tomar fotos con ella. La 885 es facil de usar, con menues faciles, modalidades predefinidas y solo los botones necesarios. El manual es exhaustivo pero facil de leer con muchas ilustraciones.

El "form factor" de la camara es muy comodo siempre que no seas de manos grandes. Lo de los 12 modos pre-programados hace la vida mas facil o puedes usar el modo CSM para mayor control. La 885 tienes decenas de parametros que te permiten miles de combinaciones posibles para una foto. El problema a veces es encontrar DONDE cambiar un parametro. Muy lenta para encender, para grabar cada foto (8-10 seg) y para salir del modo de "ahorro de energia".

Pero definitivamente ofrece mucho mas de lo que esperas. El precio es una ganga. La compraria de nuevo si la perdiera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best
Wow what a neat compact digital camera ! Easy to use for any beginner , pictures that I took came out fantastic !!!! ... Read more


120. Nikon 67mm Snap-on Lens Cap (Replacement)

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Asin: B0000BZM56
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 5609
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Product Description

Snaps onto the front of the lens with a spring type retainer ring. Protect your Nikon investment with genuine Nikon lens, teleconverter and camera body mount caps. Lens caps protect the front and rear portions of your lenses and teleconverters from dust, smudges and scratches. Camera body mount caps protect the mirror box and reflex mirror when a lens is not affixed to the camera body. ... Read more


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